EOBA Weekly Food Distribution
Every Tuesday & Thursday
2pm - 4pm:
(Seniors, Pregnant Women, and those with compromised immune systems)
4pm - 6pm:
Everyone is Welcomed
(Priority access is given to healthcare workers)
816 98th Ave Oakland, CA 94603
Like everything else this year, EOBA's season of giving will look very different. Instead of asking our community to support our programs and services, we are asking that you join us in giving our families the gift of HOPE for the holidays.
Every single EOBA family has been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic in one way or another; with many experiencing job loss and/or a substantial reduction in income. We want to ensure that December is a month of joy and relief for our families, and it is our hope you will help us make this happen!
Using boxing as a model of discipline, courage, and perseverance, EOBA provides high-quality programming and services that promote mental and physical wellness, academic achievement, and build vital life skills. We create space for youth to practice, hone, and internalize the tools and attitudes needed to be exemplars of wellbeing for their peers, families, and communities.
What We Do
Tips from the EOBA students, staff, families, and community.
EOBA serves youth ages 5-20
To enroll your child or young adult in our after-school or summer program.
EOBA's afterschool program follows the OUSD school schedule. programing runs M, Tu, Th from 3pm-6pm and W and F from 12-6pm. Youth must attend the afterschool program at least 3 days a week in order to remain enrolled.
A parent or legal guardian is required to attend a program orientation on Wednesdays at 5:30pm.
*EOBA offers free transportation in partnership with selected schools within a 2-mile radius to ensure that students have a safe and reliable way to participate in programming daily when other modes of transportation are not available to them.